RIP IT UP, MASH IT UP, STICK IT UP! | film & video art | Programme

note: not necessarily in this order

Jay Rosenblatt Human Remains (30 mins)
Jay Rosenblatt is an internationally recognized artist who has been working as an independent filmmaker since 1980 and has completed over twenty-five films. His work explores our emotional and psychological cores, personal in their content yet universal in their appeal. Made in 1998, Human Remains uses archival material to “tell” the story of the private lives of history’s most horrific leaders. The film earned six major awards that year, including Sundance. Atom Egoyan has called Rosenblatt “an exquisite artist, who makes beautifully crafted miniatures.”

STUDIO 75 would like to gratefully thank Jay Rosenblatt for permission to screen Human Remains for this event.

Tim Baker Correspondences 9.22
Tim = London-based designer, podcaster, sometimes DJ/musician.​radioclash/

Enzo Perin Energie 2.42
Enzo = Filmmaker, Photographer and Videoartist based in Berlin.

Rafi Nizam Follow The Legs 1.34
Rafi is an award-winning independent Animator, Director, Story Artist and Character Designer from London. His music videos for OSYMYSO's "Follow The Legs" and "Faulty Choirs"won awards at British and International festivals in 2009. Several of Rafi's character designs have also received recognition at the Digital Artist Awards. In addition to his independent work, Rafi storyboards, pitches and develops projects for broadcast and advertising working directly with BBC, Sky, production companies and ad agencies.

Margarita Athanasiou Progress Report 8.21
Margarita is currently studying at the Slade where she is working mainly with found pieces of video culture. Progress Report is the first part of a documentary series exploring the concept of progress through history.

Harriet Macdonald Another Year Gone 1:00
Harriet is originally from Tasmania, Australia, Harriet is a filmmaker experimenting with paper cutouts and a bedroom lamp to bring scraps of paper to life and create a strange other world.  

Patrizia Monzani Back To Nature 5.21
Patrizia is a film director and editor. Her fields of interest are documentaries, animation and videoart. An author of several videopoems in collaboration with contemporary poets, she is currently involved in the videoart world, also as a curator.

Gillian McIver Project Gagarin: A Cold War Nostalgia 8.00
Gillian is a Canadian filmmaker, writer and artist based in London, where she has co-founded the Studio 75 project.

Howard Cohen Golden Wonders Of The Solar System 1.39
Howard runs The Jelly Moustache comedy group, which currently broadcasts daily on the international short film network Shorts TV, and has been selected for festivals and film nights worldwide.

Nazir Tanbouli Basement Diary 5.00
Nazir is a London-based painter and muralist, who occasionally makes films. Nazir co-founded the Studio 75 project.

screening starts at 7.30 pm | there will be an intermission


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